Democracy Now! Thursday, June 12, 2003
Myrlie Evers-Williams on the Murder of Her Husband Civil Rights Leader Medgar Evers Who Died 40 Years Ago Today
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It was 40 years ago today that a gunshot in the night took the life of Medgar Evers, the Civil Rights leader. His assassination concluded a seminal day in the Civil Rights movement.
Should Corporate Criminals Face Jail Time for White Collar Crime?
As Martha Stewart might face jail time, former imprisoned insider trader Foster Winans debates Russell Mokhiber, editor of the Corporate Crime Reporter.
Road Map to Peace or Road Map to War?
Just one week after President Bush met with the Israeli and Palestinian Prime ministers, 25 Israelis and Palestinians were killed in suicide bombings and Israeli military attacks in one of the bloodiest days in the region in years.
Pentagon Advisor Richard Perle on North Korea: "We Should Always be Prepared to Go it Alone, if Necessary"
Democracy Now! speaks with author John Feffer about the U.S. and North Korea.
The House Votes on Whether to Include Some of the Nation's Poorest Working Families in President Bush's Tax Cut
A debate between freelance reporter Aaron Schatz and Chief Economist for the Americans for Tax Reform, Dan Clifton.
The Red & The Blacklist
A look at Hollywood during the McCarthy Era with blacklisted screenwriter Norma Barzman.